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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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600-1100 Anon; Caedmon.
|Notes:||Preliminaries, introductory and editorial matter omitted.
"The text of the poems ... has been made from the collotype reproductions of the Junius manuscript in Gollancz"s "The Caedmon manuscript" (Oxford University Press, 1927)"--Preface.
"When in 1654 Junius published at Amsterdam the poems ... he described them as a poetic paraphrase of Geneses and other parts of the Scriptures by the monk Caedmon. The manuscript now rests int he Bodleian Library at Oxford, where it is numbered Junius XI"--Introduction.
Transcribed from: Anon., 600-1100 (The Junius Manuscript). The Junius manuscript. London : George Routledge, 1931. [116 folios].
Title from table of contents page (viewed July 5, 2005).
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|Other Titles:||Caedmon manuscript.
Genesis (Anglo-Saxon poem)
Exodus (Anglo-Saxon poem)
Daniel (Anglo-Saxon poem)
Christ and Satan.